Summary: Nice device. Better than the earlier little square versions. Small screen but OK. Only thing that was sub-par were earphones. They did not fit well and did not stay in my ear while walking. Vigorous exercise was even worse.
Summary: I finally upgraded from a 3rd generation nano. I like the touch screen, it has a lot of memory, and is simple to use. I am not a huge fan of when you hit the on button during a song or podcast that you return to the main menu and not back to the playlist, but I am getting use to it.
Summary: It works really well. The only quirk I had with it the other day is when I plugged in an older set of head phones to it, that the volume automatically went to full max by itself. I just unplugged the headphones and replugged them back in and it stopped. Works well. I like the size of it.
Summary: My ideal iPod would be a classic with at least 32GB and blue tooth capability, and maybe an integrated audible app. I'm a fan of a dedicated audio device. I don't need it to play games or movies, my phone does that. And streaming music can rack up data charges.
Summary: Pro: - Very small and light. - Has radio Cons: - Cannot see lyrics of the songs - Cannot control volume with the home button - No locks, practically just turn it off or on. I still love my iPod Nano 3rd Generation, only it has no radio and it is old already. Also cannot use wireless earphones.